June 7, 2022
On June 4, 2021, clients came to us after their case was denied.
We were the third lawyer they hired to help them.
Client had an agent prepare his visa application in Nigeria.
The agent made significant mistakes.
The agent added the name of a wife who did not exist to the application.
The embassy ultimately approved the visa, and client came to the US.
During his first green card filing, USCIS requested a divorce decree from the alleged wife that was listed on his visa application.
The client was unable to provide a divorce decree since he was never married to the person listed on the application.
USCIS then issued a NOID and eventually denied his case.
We submitted evidence that he was never married to the alleged wife.
We also prepared a memo arguing the client's eligibility despite the error on his visa application.
On October 25, 2021, we filed the case.
In May 2022, we prepared them for the interview and appeared telephonically with them.
It was a tough interview because the officer asked for the divorce decree for the wife that was listed on the visa application.
The client explained that he was never married to the person.
We also explained that the person who completed the visa application made a mistake.
The Officer mentioned polygamy, and we argued that his state in Nigeria did not practice polygamy.
On May 19, 2022, the client's adjustment of status application was approved! Read the below review from client!
P.S. Success stories are based on real cases. However, each case is different, and past successes do not guarantee that all cases will have a similar result.
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